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About Shakira Donovan

Shakira is a Psychology student from Western Australia and is currently interning in New York with the Global Policy & Advocacy team at Global Citizen. She is especially interested in how science and research can be used to inform policy and create public support for social movements, and is a passionate advocate for the health of people worldwide.

Stories

  1. Article: Pneumonia Kills More Children Than Any Other Disease but Receives the Least Funding
    AdvocacyHealth

    Pneumonia Kills More Children Than Any Other Disease but Receives the Least Funding

    By Shakira Donovan|Nov. 20, 2017

    Why investing in pneumonia vaccines should be a global health priority. Read more

  2. Article: Let’s Talk Money — Here’s How Polio Eradication Will Save the World Billions
    AdvocacyHealth

    Let’s Talk Money — Here’s How Polio Eradication Will Save the World Billions

    By Shakira Donovan|Oct. 24, 2017

    Lifting communities out of poverty one vaccine at a time. Read more

  3. Article: 3 Times the Fight to End Polio Helped Prevent Other Health Emergencies
    AdvocacyHealth

    3 Times the Fight to End Polio Helped Prevent Other Health Emergencies

    By Shakira Donovan|Oct. 24, 2017

    Polio eradication efforts are helping to advance the movement for universal health care. Read more

  4. Article: 900,000 Rohingya Refugees Set to Be Immunized Against Cholera
    AdvocacyWater & Sanitation

    900,000 Rohingya Refugees Set to Be Immunized Against Cholera

    By Elisabeth Resch  and  Shakira Donovan|Oct. 19, 2017

    How a focus on health & sanitation can prevent the humanitarian crisis from worsening. Read more

  5. Article: New Zealand and Korea Have Eradicated Measles and Rubella
    AdvocacyHealth

    New Zealand and Korea Have Eradicated Measles and Rubella

    By Shakira Donovan|Oct. 17, 2017

    This milestone achievement is being heralded as another win for routine immunization! Read more

  6. Article: Health Officials Pledge to End Deaths from Cholera, ‘Disease of the Poor’
    AdvocacyHealth

    Health Officials Pledge to End Deaths from Cholera, ‘Disease of the Poor’

    By Shakira Donovan|Oct. 16, 2017

    Vaccines and Improved Sanitation Could Save Almost 100,000 Lives Read more

  7. Article: Australia’s Domestic Vaccine Push Is Important, But Short-Sighted
    OpinionHealth

    Australia’s Domestic Vaccine Push Is Important, But Short-Sighted

    By Shakira Donovan|Aug. 31, 2017

    To truly protect Australia’s children, the government must extend their vaccine focus Read more